Languages spoken in EthiopiaAmharic
Map of Ethiopia
Area in square kilometers1,104,300 km2
Gross domestic product per capita$ 823
According to The Economist in its Democracy Index, Ethiopia is a "hybrid regime", with a dominant-party system led by the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front. 2 Rank based on 2005 population estimate by the United Nations.
the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, is a landlocked country situated in the Horn of Africa. Ethiopia is bordered by Eritrea to the north, Sudan to the west, Kenya to the south, Somalia to the east and Djibouti to the northeast
Ethiopia is one of the oldest countries in the world and Africa's second-most populous nation. Ethiopia has yielded some of humanity's oldest traces, making the area a primary factor in the origin and developmental history of humanity, with recent studies
note: repatriation of Ethiopian refugees residing in Sudan is expected to continue for several years; some Sudanese, Somali, and Eritrean refugees, who fled to Ethiopia from the fighting or famine in their own countries, continue to return to their homes (2009 est.) Urbanization:
Ethiopia is the oldest independent country in Africa, and the three main colors of her flag were so often adopted by other African countries upon independence that they became known as the pan-African colors Economy
Ethiopia's poverty-stricken economy is based on agriculture, accounting for almost half of GDP, 60% of exports, and 80% of total employment. The agricultural sector suffers from frequent drought and poor cultivation practices. Coffee is critical to the Ethiopian
Flag of Ethiopia is three equal horizontal bands of green (top), yellow, and red with a yellow pentagram and single yellow rays emanating from the angles between the points on a light blue disk centered on the three bands. PROFILE OFFICIAL NAME:
Ethiopia is located in the Horn of Africa and is bordered on the north and northeast by Eritrea, on the east by Djibouti and Somalia, on the south by Kenya, and on the west and southwest by Sudan. The country
Ethiopia's population is highly diverse. Most of its people speak a Semitic or Cushitic language. The Oromo, Amhara, and Tigreans make up more than three-fourths of the population, but there are more than 77 different ethnic groups with their own distinct languages within
Ethiopia is a country situated in the Horn of Africa. It is the 2nd-most populous nation in Africa ( after Nigeria ), bordered by Eritrea to the north, Djibouti to the northeast, Somalia to the east,
Ethiopia has long been an intersection between the civilizations of North Africa, the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa. Unique among African countries, Ethiopia was never colonised, maintaining its independence throughout the Scramble for Africa onward, except for a
Ethiopia was also historically called Abyssinia, derived from the Arabic form of the Ethiosemitic name "ḤBŚT," modern Habesha. In some countries, Ethiopia is still called by names cognate with "Abyssinia," e.g. Turkish Habesistan, meaning land of the Habesha people. The
Ethiopia is one of the world's poorest countries. Agriculture is mainly for subsistence, with cereals the main crop. Livestock is also important. Coffee is the main export, followed by hides and skins. A
Ethiopia's population is mainly rural, with most living in highlands above 5,900 ft (1,800 m). Almost half the people are Muslim, while over a third belong to the Ethiopian Orthodox Church; about 12% practice traditional religions. There are a great number of distinct
political instability, 10,000 Ethiopian Jews were airlifted (1984–85) to Israel, and another 14,000 were airlifted out in 1991. By the end of 1999 virtually all the Falashas who were practicing Jews had been flown to Israel.
any Ethiopian government had experienced in its history. The first one occured shortly after Colonel Mengistu had the legendary General Tariku Ayene, the commander of the Nadew Command demoted and executed. The second one occured in Western Tigray where the 3rd revolutionary
Ethiopia's History, the original Tana Beles project was launched in 1987. Salini Construction company and Studio Pietrangeli who had worked on projects such as the Legedadi dam and now Gilgel Gibe I, II and III were tasked to build an agro-industrial complex complete with
part of Ethiopia is this project located and what is the name of the indigenous people who inhabit this area? Answers to Spotlight. One finds a good number of words of foreign origin in modern Amharic, Tigrigna and Oromignna languages
Ethiopia's storied and sovereign history has left its wide-ranging and fertile highlands laden with historical treasures, ranging from the ancient tombs and obelisks of Aksum to 17th-century castles and burnt-out Russian tanks. Many are more than a peek into the nation's
famine and war, Ethiopia is monetarily poor and travel here is tough, both physically and mentally. However, those willing to take some doses of displeasure with Ethiopia's bounty of treasure will be pleasantly rewarded. Last updated: Feb 17, 2009
Ethiopia is Africa's oldest independent nation and its second most populous, home to ruggedly beautiful landscapes dotted with the monuments of medieval Christian kingdoms. Several years of relative peace have brought new buildings, new roads, low crime and a booming
In Rebel Region, Ethiopia Turns to Civilian Patrols By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN Some say the militias that Ethiopia, America’s ally, is drafting in the Ogaden region are hardly voluntary. December 14, 2007worldNewsEthiopia Is Said to Block Food to Rebel Region
substantial number of Ethiopians speak English, which is commonly taught in school. Economy Ethiopia is an extremely poor and overwhelmingly agricultural country, with agriculture employing 80% of the people and farm products
Ethiopian government now denies Coup Plot Written by CyberEthiopia Sunday, 03 May 2009 Dr Berhanu Nega Ethiopian officials say 40 people arrested over the past week had been plotting a campaign of assassinations and strategic
* Ethiopia Denies Coup Plot, Calls 40 Detainees 'Desperadoes' - Voanews * Kin of Exiled Ethiopian Opposition Leaders Charged in Coup Plot - Voanews
* Ethiopia takes Africa film honour * March 02, 2009 Worldwide Rallies * 2008 Human Rights Reports: Ethiopia * Meles Zenawi defends arrest of opposition leader Birtukan Mideksa
Ethiopia is landlocked and has used ports of Assab and Massawa in Eritrea and port of Djibouti. Airports: 84 (2007). International disputes: Eritrea and Ethiopia agreed to abide by the 2002 Eritrea-Ethiopia Boundary Commission's (EEBC) delimitation
Ethiopian forces invaded southern Somalia and routed Islamist Courts from Mogadishu in January 2007. Major sources and definitions Flag of Ethiopia Geography =
called Abyssinia, Ethiopia is sub-Saharan Africa's oldest state, and its Solomonic dynasty claims descent from King Menelik I, traditionally believed to have been the son of the queen of Sheba and King Solomon. The current nation is a consolidation of smaller
Republic of Ethiopia is a developing country in East Africa. It is comprised of nine states and two city administrations (Addis Ababa and Dire Dawa). The capital is Addis Ababa. Tourism facilities can be
has a sponsoring organization in Ethiopia that has made prior arrangements for issuance through the Main Immigration Office in Addis Ababa. Travelers whose entry visa expires before they depart Ethiopia, must obtain a visa extension and pay a monthly penalty fee of $20 USD per month
SAFETY AND SECURITY: While Ethiopia is generally stable, domestic insurgent groups, extremists from Somalia, and the heavy military buildup along the northern border pose risks to safety and security, particularly along Ethiopia’s border areas and in the Somali region.
The Ethiopian National Defense Force (ENDF) is one of the largest military forces in Africa along with Egypt and Morocco, 29th largest in the world. Civil direction of the military is carried out through the Ministry of Defense
Somalia, Ethiopian forces were said to be about 200,000 troops. This is down from the 252,000 estimated troops in 2002, which was roughly the same number maintained during the Derg regime that fell to the rebel forces in 1991
Being a landlocked country, Ethiopia today has no navy. However, Ethiopia acquired a coastline on the Red Sea in 1950 and created a navy in 1955. It operated until Eritrea's independence in 1991 left Ethiopia landlocked again. See Ethiopian Navy.
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An Ethiopian army contingent has entered parts of central Somalia where deadly clashes have raged in recent days among rival factions of Somali Islamists, Radio Garowe reports.
* Addis Fortune Ethiopia: Bank of Abyssinia Probe Leads to Additional Arrests The probe by federal police investigators of the alleged loss of 57 million Br claimed by the Bank of Abyssinia (BoA) led last week
and Wegagen banks, the Ethiopian Insurance Corporation (EIC) is in a quest for investment opportunities with 107m Br earmarked, reports Hilina Alemu, Fortune Staff Writer. * May 18
1Ethiopia is ostensibly a democracy, but has a dominant-party system led by the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front. 2Rank based on 2005 population estimate by the United Nations Ethiopia, officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, is a
The Ethiopian economy is based on agriculture, which contributes 47 percent to GNP and employs 85 percent of the population. The major export crop is coffee. Indeed, it grows wild in the southwest region, which is believed to be the original source of the bean
Ethiopia has a large number of endemic species, notably the Gelada baboon, the Walia ibex (a rare mountain goat), and the Ethiopian wolf (or Simien fox). Jackals, wild dogs, and hyenas, as well as foxes, are common
officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, is a landlocked country situated in the ... * Embassy of Ethiopia - Washington, D.C. | Home Find about government, history, geography, people, economy,
Italy's claim to a protectorate over Ethiopia was recognized by most European powers, with the exception of France and Russia. In 1891 Great Britain signed a protocol with Italy recognizing Ethiopia as within the Italian sphere of influence, in exchange for an Italian
of Ethiopian and French troops to join forces as planned, although the Ethiopian army had reached the Nile just above Fashoda. Under British pressure, France finally withdrew from Fashoda on November 3, 1898. This was a setback for France. On May 15, 1902, Menelik concluded a
Abyssinia (Ethiopia) was situated between the two small Italian colonies of Eritrea and Somaliland. Its lands were fertile and rich in mineral wealth, two reasons why Italian troops attempted
The Ethiopian American Foundation (EAF) is a non-profit membership organization devoted to support higher education and development in Ethiopia. http://www6.ewebcity.com/asefas/conference.html Ethiopian Americans Council
Ethiopian, and is not affiliated with any private or public organization." http://www.geocities.com/Eureka/Park/5875/Eritrea-Ethiopia.html Ethiopian International Institute for Peace and Development, EIIPD
Ethiopia denies its troops entered Somalia (AP via Yahoo! News) Witnesses said Tuesday that Ethiopian troops had crossed the border into war-ravaged Somalia and appeared to be stationing themselves in a town at a strategic crossroads. Ethiopia denied the reports.
Ethiopia denies its troops entered Somalia, months after pulling out (The Canadian Press via Yahoo! Canada News) MOGADISHU, Somalia - Witnesses said Tuesday that Ethiopian troops have crossed the border into war-ravaged Somalia and appear to be stationing themselves in a
UPDATE: Ethiopia Denies Troops Crossed Into Somalia - Min (Nasdaq) ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AFP)-Ethiopia Tuesday denied its troops had crossed into neighboring Somalia, where Islamist rebels have launched an offensive against the government.
end of the Ethiopian Empire the colours were interpreted as: red for power and faith; yellow for church, peace, natural wealth and love; and green for land and hope. The colours were also interpreted as having a connection to the Holy Trinity, and the three main provinces.
Ethiopia becomes in a Democratic People's Republic, Meghistu is confirmed in the presidency and the country is administratively divided into 24 administrative regions and 5 autonomous regions: Eritrea, Assab, Ogaden, Tigre, and Dire-Daua. (Source: "Guía Mundial 1992", Abril Cinco ed. Colombia 1992).
A virtual destination guide to Ethiopia, this page is about many aspects of the land formerly named Abyssinia. Find official web sites from the country at the Horn of Africa, and get comprehensive information on the nation in its diversity: The Ethiopian culture, history and geography
African countries, Ethiopia has never been colonised, one exception being the Italian occupation in 1936-41. In 1974 a military junta, the Derg, deposed Emperor Haile SELASSIE (who had ruled since 1930) and established a socialist state. Torn by
Ethiopia's first multiparty elections were held in 1995. With a peace treaty on 12 December 2000 a 30 year old struggle with Eritrea ended. border countries: Djibouti, Eritrea, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan related countries: Italy
general tariku ayene, the commander of the nadew command demoted and executed. the
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